David Garrard he has the most experience and has been a better QB then moore. Garrard is a pro bowler and has been to the playoffs and won before. With Matt Moore you know what you're going to get moore went 6-6 with B marshall but now you don't have B marshall. Garrard has had practice playing with no recivers in jacksonville and still doing great. He's the guy for this year.
Ryan Tannehill has only been playing QB for 19 games He's a ok reciver but he's not a good QB, if the fins draft him it would be the worst decision since pat white.
In all Garrard will start they wil go 8-8 and Garrard will have 3,224 yards passing 21 touchdowns and 11 INTs
What current/past NFL players are these future rookies like?
Luck-Carson Palmer Solid 1st overall pick, should be ok
RG3-Aaron Rodgers Mobile, athletic, good in the pocket
Kalil-D'Brickashaw Ferguson Highly rated, but less so than Jake Long or Joe Thomas
Richardson-Darren McFadden Top 5 pick, but could be injury prone
Claiborne-Joe Haden Beastly corner in coverage
Tannehill-Brady Quinn Looks like a lame duck to me. Limited collegiate experience
Dontari Poe-Tyson Alualu Shot up the board due to decent combine, was a second rounder before that
@Jsp: Lol about the Ryan Leaf thing. C'mon now, its not gonna happen.
I am looking for a job i am willing to do just about anything.?
Go to a nice apartment complex and apply for a "leasing agent" position. (Ask if they have an "entry level" position which means no experience). You can move up from leasing agent to manager and possibly to regional manager. It's not a bad gig - often get your apartment free and nice pay too. You won't get rich but you should always have a roof over your head and some cash for food.
If you think you can be an electrician, I would go to a construction site and ask if they need "electrician helpers" and go from there.
If Andrew Luck and RG3 weren't in this year's NFL Draft, who would be the #1 pick?
That's actually a great question. Both decided to go Pro instead of staying one more year in school. It would have changed things drastically.
The Colts would have kept Peyton Manning and drafted Matt Kalil to protect his blindside, something they have lacked since Tarik Glenn retired.
The Redskins would not have traded up and the Rams with the 2nd overall pick would have drafted Justin Blackmon.
That makes my favorite team, the Vikings, select Morris Claiborne or maybe Riley Reiff.
Somebody desperate for a QB would have taken a gamble on Tannehill with a top 10 pick.
BA: I already answered it.
Has the bidding war for Alex Smith begun with Peyton not going to San Fran?
To be honest i dont think miami will offer as much as the 49ers did. So i think alex will be a little upset about the situation but i do think he will go back to the 49ers. It was the staffs choice to do this NOT the players, Alex knows he has players that are behind him in san francisco. BUT if i am wrong i would be really really shocked... But at the same time excited to see Kaepernick mold into the great qb he is.
His passes look good and I think he can be developed into a very good quarterback. But it will take a little time. Miami will likely take him. They need him. And I don't think he is good enough to warrant someone taking him ahead of Miami. Although some team may act like they are going to in order to see if they can get Miami to bite.
Easily. And Colt Brennan wouldnt of been a bust if he had more opportunities. But it is a good example. perfect example actually. Regardless yes, tannehill is overrated, but he also oozes potential. And that is something somewhat hard to find. He has good speed, good eyes, and great footwork. He could easily be a starter after a few years of sitting behind an established starter. If i had a choice, id personally take Russell Wilson over Tannehill, and everyone else not named Luck or RG3 easily. He's quick, great vision, film rat, probably the 2nd smartest QB in the draft next to Luck, and is NFL ready. He has a good arm, and can make lots of throws and is great rolling out of the pocket. He was the 2nd fastest QB behind RG3. He's just too short. At only 5' 11", teams put a big question mark around him. He could easily be a 1st Rd pick if he had another 2 inches to his frame. But Drew Brees has no trouble and he's short, plus if Wilson can roll out of the pocket it shouldnt matter. And if the question is can he see over the Offensive Lineman? Well, what college is known for producing the biggest and best lineman? Wisconsin. He played behind a OL thats bigger than the average NFL OL. So that should speak volumes about this kid.
Do you think that the Browns should draft Ryan Tannehill, and will he be successful on the NFL level?
I still think the top 10 is too early for Ryan Tannehill. If the Browns don't intend to draft Trent Richardson or Morris Claiborne, then I think they should just trade the pick.
They could easily find a better quarterback in the 2nd or 3rd rounds with Russel Wilson, Kirk Cousins, or Brock Osweiler. Tannehill made too many mistakes in big games. They missed a perfect opportunity to get Robert Griffin III.
Why is Ryan Tannehill not in the race for the Heisman?
Because not being able to keep two double digit leads against Oklahoma State,and Arkansas in back to back weeks took him out of the race. Only scoring a total of 12 points in the second half in two games,is not Heisman worthy
Tannehill is a reach at the #8 pick. The Dolphins just might reach for him since they're desperate for a QB, but the price of trading up to the #7 pick is too steep for a guy who has as far to go as tannehill does.
If the fins don't take Tannehill at #8, I wouldn't be suprised to see a team trade up into the teens or low twenties to get him. That would still be a reach, but a lot of teams are willing to reach in the draft to get a QB they think has a shot to become a franchise QB for years to come.
FWIW, I doubt the Seahawks are interested. They signed Matt Flynn and they still have T-Jack who wasn't actually too bad last year. Pete Carroll said he liked Tannehill when he was asked directly about him, but that doesn't mean he's going to blow a #12 pick on a QB that still needs development when the team really needs a good DE and could also use a good OL or LB. Carroll loves to have competition at every position, so I'm sure he won't hesitate to bring other QB's into training camp, but only at the right price (late round picks or undrafted free agents). I can't imagine the Seahawks drafting Tannehill any sooner than the 3rd round, maybe 4th if he was somehow still available. I think if Tannehill is still on the board at #12 the Seahawks will try to find a team that's interested in a trade but if there's no takers they won't pick him.
Do you think that the Cleveland Browns will draft Ryan Tannehill instead of Trent Richardson?
While that seems to be a considerable suggestion, the Browns have a slightly bigger need at RB now that Peyton Hillis has left them. Hardesty, Brandon Jackson, Chris Ogbonnaya are the more familiar other options at RB, but Hardesty has a better hand with the starting job with Ogbonnaya as a player in position to fight for that starting job.
but regardless, I think Trent Richardson will be a better choice for the Browns. Not because I think Tannehill is not a great prospect, which he is... I think not because McCoy is still young and can develop
Do you really think Ryan Tannehill is top 10 talent, he is expected to be taken in the top 10?
I'm a Dolphins fan and they are the team that's projected to take him with the 8th pick. Lets just say I'd rather the Fins use the 8th pick on a guy like Coples and go after a QB such as Weeden in the 2nd round. I'm not as high on Tannehill.
As a Bengals fan, should I hope the browns keep Colt McCoy or draft Ryan Tannehill?
As a Bengals fan, you should hope that Lewis has his act together and Dalton doesn't hit a sophomore slump. Also, they still need to get a decent running back. Benson is serviceable, but not champion material. They also need a number 2 to go with Green.
All in all, you have a lot more to worry about with your team before you start downing a division rival.
Spirits are around us at all times, it's very likely Tannehill State Park is haunted. but you would have to do your own research on your own time.. You could even ask your mother to help, if she's interested in helping you. of course you could look up public records state records at liberty. to help you in your quest. good luck
Let's say that Matt Flynn signs with the Dolphins should the browns draft Ryan Tannehill or get a Free Agent?
I say draft Ryan Tannehill if you can get him in the second round. I would not draft in the first round, instead I would get a receiver (Blackmon) and the best available Running Back in the first round.
If Ryan Tannehill is taken in the top 10 of the draft, will he be expected to be a starter immediately?
I'm sure he will be drafted in the top 10 because Cleveland and Miami really need a QB. And because so many teams need Qb's they are pushed up higher then they normally would be drafted. As we saw last year with Locker, Ponder and Gabbert. But 2 answer your question No he will not start immediately probably by mid season.
Why would the Dolphins trade up to get Ryan Tannehill?
Lol, I dont know how Tannehill has become such a cant miss prospect. After his injury and his natural skillset, he should just be projected as a 2nd or 3rd rounder. I am not saying he wont be good, I am just saying he is a project and a project isnt drafted in the first round. That should be a rule lol.